Eva Vertes:
ئیڤا ڤێرتس لە داهاتووی پزیشکی دەڕوانێت

TED2005 · 18:49 · Filmed Feb 2005
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ئیڤا ڤێرتس تەمەنی تەنها ١٩ ساڵ بوو کە ئەم باسەی پێشکەش کرد— باس لە گەشتی خۆی دەکات بەرەو خوێندنی پزیشکی و دۆزینەوەی ڕەگەکانی نەخۆشی شێرپەنجە و ئەلزەهایمەر

Neuroscience and cancer researcher
Eva Vertes is a microbiology prodigy. Her discovery, at age 17, of a compound that stops fruit-fly brain cells from dying was regarded as a step toward curing Alzheimer's. Now she aims to find better ways to treat — and avoid — cancer. Full bio
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